A broken home #FridayFictioneers

Sandra took one look at the room and knew Roger was in.  Sandra couldn’t believe he traced her so soon.  She hoped he was not high on whatever he smoked.  She stared horrified as Roger stumbled from the kitchen swaying precariously. He could go from happy to angry in 2 seconds.  Roger came closer and hugged her tight.

“Baby..missed you,” he mumbled between kisses.  Sandra stood frozen even as the slap singed her cheek.

“Bitch.”

He grabbed her throat.    She fumbled for the knife she hid near the door and stabbed repeatedly till he fell down lifeless.

“Missed you too.”


This story is written for Friday Fictioneers.  Check out the other stories here.

24 Comments Add yours

  1. Vinitha says:

    Looks like he got what he deserved. Well done, Lata.

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    1. lataadmin says:

      Thanks Vinitha. Very few words available to make it more scary 😉

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  2. Bjorn Rudberg says:

    The world is filled with violent men… one less is not a loss.

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    1. lataadmin says:

      True. No one should have to be with such people.

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  3. BellyBytes says:

    I wanted to kill him too! Thanks for doing it.

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    1. lataadmin says:

      Yay Sunita. Same thoughts.

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  4. Sandra says:

    He got what he deserved. Good job she was prepared for him.

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    1. lataadmin says:

      Thanks Sandra.

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  5. yarnspinnerr says:

    Nicely done. This prompt has evoked a lot of violent reactions.

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    1. lataadmin says:

      Thanks. I have yet to read some of the stories.

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  6. Dale says:

    This was something that had she had been waiting to take care of. Finally did.

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    1. lataadmin says:

      Thanks Dale. Exactly my thoughts.

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  7. Problem solved unless of course she gets found out. A delightfully gruesome tale.

    Click to read my FriFic!

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    1. lataadmin says:

      Hopefully, she can justify self defence.

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  8. Liz Young says:

    I hope she gets away with it.

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    1. lataadmin says:

      Thanks Liz. Yes. I hope too. She has some very good reasons.

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  9. pennygadd51 says:

    You tell this story fluently and with pace. Well done!

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    1. lataadmin says:

      Thank you Penny. I was hoping to achieve the same.

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  10. Iain Kelly says:

    She finally had enough and took matters in her own hands. A shame she felt there was no other way out.

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    1. lataadmin says:

      Yes true Iain. Some people fail to listen to reasoning especially drug addicts.

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  11. draliman says:

    Ha, no more trouble from him.

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    1. lataadmin says:

      Yes. She fixed it forever. Thanks Ali.

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  12. Gosh, that was chilling! Well told story.

    Susan A Eames at
    Travel, Fiction and Photos

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    1. lataadmin says:

      Thanks Susan.

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